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  1. AAC
    AAC,  the abbreviation of  Advanced Audio Coding, is a technique for compressing digital audio files. It is conceptually similar to the existing MP3 format but officially it is the part of the MPEG-4 standard.
  2. ASCII
    ASCII, the abbreviation of  the American Standard Code for Information Interchange, is a  standard built-in-binary code for representing characters in most of the computers that can be displayed on the computer screen.
  3. BIOS
    A BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is an electronic set of instructions stored in EPROM and used by the CPU to perform start-up procedures when the computer is turned on.
  4. BPEL
    BPEL, the acronyms of  Business Process Execution Language is also an XML-based language like EAI the other business software. It  is used for  calculating the big and small data. BPEL is more specific and target oriented rather than EAI.
  5. CICS
    CICS stands for Customer Information Control System that is a very powerful transaction processing system.
  6. D2D
    D2D stands for disk-to-disk  technique that  is an effective and superior method of backing up the data by utilizing hard disks as the storage medium. This technology is very useful for the companies as these can back up the lost data when the hard disk crashes or corrupted by any means.
  7. EAI
    EAI stands for Enterprise Application Integration. EAI works for merging the various project application into a common programming package that can be access on  a single firm operating machine which enhance the  functionality and performance of the company.
  8. EII
    The term EII means Enterprise Information Integration, a business term that works to copying  the data as well as to creating reports having mix up of  live and static data of the company.
  9. GHz
    Gigahertz is generally known as GHz in it?s abbreviated form. Hertz is the standard unit of measuring frequency and Giga is it?s multiplier of 1 billion times.
  10. HDCP
    High-Bandwidth Digital-Content Protection (HDCP) is a device  used for protecting  the original content while transferring  the content  from a computer, satellite television receiver, or DVD player to the television screen or computer monitor.
  11. HFC
    HFC means Hybrid Fiber Coax, a kind cable on which data are transmitted. In HFC the data flows over both coaxial and fiber optic cables in both the form traditional and modern.
  12. IDSL
    IDSL is a combo technology of  ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) and DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)  that transmits data in the digital form  on a regular twisted copper pair  telephone line at the rate of  144kbps slightly higher than ISDN, but significantly slower than most DSL services.
  13. IMAP
    The people  who travel a lot and  willing to access their mail in the way from their home based desktop use IMAP technology. IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol
  14. IPV6
    IP stands for Internet Protocol and v6 denotes it's version no 6. It is also known  as IPng  that stands for  IP Next Generation. At present  the second version of the Internet Protocol is being  used usually  in the entire world.
  15. IVR
    IVR (interactive voice response) is an automated  telephony technology that is used to interact to  the clients or customer in the form  of  database through phone keypad or voice commands.
  16. J2SE
    J2SE is a collection of Java Programming Language API (Application programming interface) that is very useful to many Java platform programs. It is derived from one of the most dynamic programming language known as "JAVA".
  17. Kbps
    The term KBPS  refers to Kilobits per second.  KBPS represents the rate of  data transaction in the network. The computer system is design in such a way that it can assess the only two digit. 0 and 1.
  18. LARP
    LARP stands for Live Action Role Playing, a type of interactive gaming in which the participants perform some or all of the physical actions of the characters during playing the game.
  19. OBEX
    OBEX, abbreviation of  OBject EXchange, is a communications protocol used for exchanging of  binary objects between particular devices. It is similar to HTTP in  design and function that  works for transporting binary-formatted length value on most transporting devices such as TCP/IP, Infrared and Bluetooth etc.
  20. OLAP
    OLAP the abbreviation of  On Line Analytical Processing is a decision support software used for analyzing business  information and reports. The user can analyze the data in all different ways such as  budgeting, planning, simulation, data warehouse reporting, and trend analysis etc.
  21. PGP
    PGP refers for Pretty good Privacy. PGP is a  popular public key encoded program that is used in the world  to  protect the privacy of email, data files, drives and instant messaging.
  22. POP
    Post Office Protocol in short POP  is  the technology that is used for communication in the form of email. Email is the most wanted service over internet in the entire world.
  23. SCSI
    Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) is a fast and strong  interface technology used in computer components such as hard drives, optical drives, scanners and tape drives.
  24. SDIO
    Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) is a standard devices for interchangeable memory.  Using SDIO card, user can  get the option of  interchanging the data between portable or non-portable memory.
  25. SDSL
    SDSL, the acronyms of  Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line  is a high-speed Internet access service used for high-loaded data transferring with matching upstream and downstream data rates, it means the data can be transferred from both direction with same bandwidth.
  26. SNTP
    SNTP is the abbreviation of  Simple Network Time Protocol that is used to synchronize the clocks of networked computer system during data transfer via internet. SNTP is the less complicated version of  NTP (Network Time Protocol) used for  less  heavy data transfer and small number of calculation and workstation. 
  27. TTS
    TTS stands for  text-to-speech,. It  is the digitized audio rendering software that  converts  the computer text into speech. This  software is developed in such a way that it can "read" text from a document, Web page or e-Book and able to convert to these into robotic or human voice (male or female both)  pronouncing through a computer's speakers.
  28. USB2.0
    UWB (Ultra Wideband) is a radio frequency platform that is used in the wireless device for communicating  within a short distance with  high accuracy,  efficiency and speed.
  29. VRRP
    VRRP the acronyms of  Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol is  a generic standard of connectivity that  ensures for  not loosing  the data  while  data transmission as it works as a switching system.
  30. Wi-Fi
    Wi-Fi, the abbreviation of  wireless fidelity is a  wireless networking technology  that is being used within a limited ranges of  area in the radio and electronic field all over the world.
  31. XBRL
    XBRL stands for eXtensible Business Reporting Language that  is used for  publishing  financial  information in the XML format. XML is a  computer language like HTML used for  interchanging the documents on the World Wide Web.
  32. What is XBRL
    XBRL stands for eXtensible Business Reporting Language that  is used for  publishing  financial  information in the XML format. XML is a  computer language like HTML used for  interchanging the documents on the World Wide Web. It is most widely used in Accounting , Banking, Financial Analyzing, Crediting, Statistical Analyzing and Stock Marketing etc. It is an open standard language and need not to pay the license fee.
  33. EBPP
    EBPP, the acronyms of Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment is a smart way of bill collection and its billing through internet and also describing of transaction detail on the web. It is also a form of E-commerce and being more popular because of its transparent process, its power and its quick response.
  34. Bots
    The term bot refers to Internet robot that is also known as web bot, web crawler, web spider and robot. All the bots are either software application or web script that varies in task and performance. It is used in multiple tasks but most commonly used for searching the content or link, especially when the text is repeated. Many times it also performs a crucial role in search engine.
  35. 4D Mouse
    Here the term 4D refers to four directions not, the four dimension. It means 4D mouse is an advanced species of traditional 2D mouse that can move only horizontal no vertical, while 4D mouse can move all the direction ups & down and left & right. It is especially designed mouse having 2 rollerball in which one ball moves horizontally while other moves vertically. This makes extremely easy for the user to moves on the page weather surfing on the net or working on the spreadsheet.
  36. ETOM
    ETOM, the acronym of Enhanced Telecom Operation Map is a guidebook directing the standard business process for the telecommunication companies that is most common and used globally. This guidebook defines in detail about what are the essential steps needed for providing services to the clients and what are the main key elements necessary for enhancing the business and how they work together.
  37. Green Laser
    Green laser is a gas laser using mercury and argon it generates a green beam at the wave length of 5225 angstrom that is more powerful than traditional red laser. A traditional red laser is commonly used in various purposes like surgery, astronomy, and in sea, while green laser is especially used in astronomy and in the sea water to discover the tiny thing. Green laser produces a long tiny green beam that reaches very far beyond the dust and fog that?s why it is used mostly by the amateur astronomers.
  38. PBX
    PBX refers to Private Branch eXchange, a private owned multitasking exchange system that is being popular in the small and big institutes and corporation houses because of its low cost and multifunctional performance.
  39. WiBro
    Wireless Broadband, the full form of WIBro is the latest technology used for accessing mobile phones within a certain area through using wireless broadband. This technology is yet to adopt commercially in the world, though it has been famous in South Korea, the developer country of this technology.
  40. Address Bar
    The address bar, originally known as URL (Universal Resources Locator) bar is a widget, which appears on the address bar beginning with http://. The http protocol indicates the web browser that the opening page is written in Hyper Text Markup Language and the accesses from World Wide Web. The file, which downloads from ftp server begins from ftp://. Besides these the file can also be accessed from the hard drive, because the web browser also works as a file manager. It begins with C:\ if the file is accessed from the hard drive.

  41. DSL Filter
    DSL refers to Digital Subscriber Line, an all time on service used for subscribing internet through using standard telephone line connection, while DSL filter is a peripheral part of DSL service that requires sometimes for installing the DSL device. DSL filter, also known as micro filter is an analog low-pass filter device that installs on telephone and other analog device for preventing interference between analog devices and DSL service operating on the same line.





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